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What Is Negligence Per Se?

If you have been injured in an accident, you will want to file a personal injury claim and use legal representation to guide you through it. In many personal injury cases, negligence is the basic reason and the plaintiff will need to provide the proof that the injury was caused…...

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Is My Neighbor Liable If I Slipped On Wet Leaves In His Entryway?

Believe it or not, homeowners have a certain degree of responsibility to keep their property free of potential hazards. Once such hazard is the entry ways, driveways, and walkways that are coated in leaves in the fall. When the rain or weather comes down, the leaves can become slippery. If…...

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Negligence And The “Reasonable Person” In A Personal Injury Case

When a case is presented involved negligence, you may hear the words, “reasonable person” mentioned. Thus, who would this reasonable person be? This term is used to determine if the person that was injured due to a product was acting reasonably as he or she used the product....

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Can I Sue For A Defective Product If I’m Not Injured?

When you purchase a product, you assume that it is safe to use and you following the consumer guidelines for using the product should be good enough to protect you and your family. Sometimes, it doesn’t matter how safe you are when using a product, an accident can occur if…...

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